LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Nov. 26, 2008) - The St. Mary's County Board of Education announced two administrative appointments at its meeting of November 12.
The Board appointed Mr. Stephen Williams to the position of assistant principal at Chopticon High School. Mr. Williams joined the school system in 2000 as a health teacher at Chopticon High School. Since that time, he has concurrently served as an acting assistant principal and athletic director. His experience also includes serving as the head junior varsity (JV) soccer coach, the head JV baseball coach, and the head varsity baseball coach. Mr. Williams earned a Master of Science degree in curriculum and instruction from McDaniel College, and a Bachelor of Science degree in health education from State University of New York, College at Brockport.
The Board also appointed Mr. Jeff Turbyne to the position of programmer/analyst in the Department of Technology where he previously served as a technology technician. Mr. Turbyne, a 2001 graduate of Leonardtown High School, has completed training in program design and development, C+ programming, and networking infrastructure through the College of Southern Maryland, and received hands-on training in building web applications using ASP.net, VB.net, and .Net Framework while serving as a technology technician with the school system.